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Coastal Again!

I’m Coastal Again! WOOT! I know, this blog post is coming to you out of nowhere, after a long absence. I couldn’t find the words to describe all of the miserable things that were happening to us. Besides, most of it isn’t wise to post on the Internet. Evansville, Indiana didn’t like us. After¬†that city […]

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Shriners Fest

So much to do! Air show, dog show, midway, food, music, dancing, riverfront, and magical connections… where should we begin?¬† Well, I’ll start by thanking the Esteps for giving us VIP tickets to the festival! It’s going to be a fine day! It’s very hot, but gloriously sunny and excitement is in the air! I […]

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Bacon and Pistachio

I’m back, BABY! We left Ireland two weeks ago as of yesterday, my desk is a cardboard box, and my bed is an air mattress on the floor, but that’s no excuse for sitting on the sidelines. I got up this morning, showered with my mini hotel soap and shampoo, attempted something with my hair, […]

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Why We are Here

We are here for many reasons, but I think you’ll agree that this is a very good one, perhaps the best one. We were seeking a miracle. Let me explain. Ireland is a beautiful country. The people are warm and friendly. But there’s something else about Ireland that is important to why we are here: […]

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An Irish Welcome

[Read part one of my journey to Ireland here] My family and I were welcomed into Ireland by our dear friends Marie and Johnny O’Halloran. We hadn’t yet met in person, but we already felt as close as family. Seeing them was one of the events that I was most looking forward to, and I […]

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GRADUATION!

My firstborn child has GRADUATED from COLLEGE! Cassandra Thomas graduated Magna Cum Laude with a major in Math and a minor in Biology. She wore so many honors cords that I’m surprised she could still hold her head up! We are SO PROUD OF HER! Woot! Pictures taken before, during, and after the graduation ceremony […]

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The Dreaded SAT!

A Tale of Two Watches, Green Tea, and the SAT October started off with a nail-biting weekend when our son Nicholas took his SAT test. To tell this story I have to back up to our first experience with a child taking the SAT test. Those of you who have heard this many times, please […]

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